Schurter looking composed in his Swiss kit. 📸@maddogboris
Frei, on her way to another victory for the Swiss XC team in Women's U-23. 📸@maddogboris
Höll coming into the finish arena, with one more jump to go before taking the Women's Junior DH World Championship for Austria. 📸@maddogboris
A'Hern flying down the course with the rainbow stripes already below him. 📸@maddogboris
Troy Brosnan (Canyon Factory Downhill Team) took the silver in Men’s Elite DH, and Marine Cabirou (Madison Saracen Factory Team) took the Women’s Elite DH bronze.
Brosnan keeping it fast and low on his way to 2nd place in Men's Elite. 📸@maddogboris
Cabirou airing out the final jump with her eyes on the finish stripe. 📸@maddogboris
Schurter was part of the front group on the first lap of the XC race, and opened a gap along with one other rider on the fourth lap. On the fifth lap, Schurter gained the lead and held it through the finish line, winning by a margin of 30 seconds.
Shurter coming to the finish with time in hand to celebrate before crossing the stripe. 📸@maddogboris
2019 World XC Champion Nino Schurter front and center. 📸@maddogboris
Maxxis-sponsored riders won both Junior World Championships, with A’Hern winning the men’s and Höll winning the women’s. Frei won the Under 23 Women’s World Championship.
A'Hern celebrates his first World Championship as a Junior. 📸@maddogboris
Höll celebrates her second World Championship as a Junior. 📸@maddogboris
Danny Hart (Madison Saracen Factory Team) was fourth in men’s downhill at Mont-Sainte-Anne, with Greg Minnaar (Santa Cruz Syndicate) in fifth place. Emilie Siegenthaler (Pivot Factory Racing) was fifth in women’s DH, Vaea Verbeeck (Rocky Mountain) was eighth, and Sian A’Hern (SRAM/RockShox/Norco Bicycles/TLD/Maxxis) was ninth.
Hart looking composed on his way to 4th through the technical sections. 📸@maddogboris
Minnaar zoned in on his target. 📸@maddogboris
Siegenthaler skips over a large hole mid-course. 📸@maddogboris
Verbeeck flies into 8th in Women's Elite. 📸@maddogboris
Gerhard Kerschbaumer (Torpado Ursus) was fifth in men’s XC. In women’s XC, Anne Terpstra (Ghost Factory Racing) was fourth, and Kate Courtney (SCOTT-SRAM) took fifth.
Terpstra through one of the tricky XC descents. 📸@maddogboris
Courtney with textbook technical precision. 📸@maddogboris
Maxxis wishes the best to Kate Weatherly as she recuperates from a broken vertebrae suffered during practice at Mont-Sainte-Anne. She is expected to fully recover, and everyone at Maxxis looks forward to seeing her back on the podium next year.